A totally unique opportunity to see the director's restored masterpiece about the life and work of one of Japan's most celebrated authors on 35mm film.
Kennington Talkies presents the American Pre-Code drama, Employees’ Entrance.
Brazilian composer and pianist Tony Berchmans will live score three classic silent comedy shorts featuring Chaplin, Keaton and Laurel and Hardy.
Legendary songwriter, storyteller, singer and guitar player Jo Burt will combine music and chat to tell his fascinating story.
On the 10th and 11th of June the Kennington Bioscope will present its third Silent Film Festival at the Cinema Museum.
The second in a season of Venezuelan films is El Pez que Fuma (1977), a study in power set in a brothel.
This month’s Kennington Noir presentation is Robert Wise’s boxing classic.
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